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PREVIEW: Bucks take on Tamworth


We are back on the road as we face Tamworth away on Saturday 6th January.

The Bucks

The Bucks go into this game following a late 2-1 loss to Alfreton on New Year’s Day.

Following the loss manager Craig Elliott said:

" It was a game that slipped through our fingers. I'm upset we couldn't get at least a draw for our fans.

"We had two outstanding early chances but a defensive error let them in, then we went two behind. The second half started brightly for us and we defended strongly throughout.

But Alfreton managed the game well and we couldn't achieve any tempo. They've got good, experienced players.

"There's still a lot of the season to go and we're working hard behind the scenes. You know in this league that if you have one good month it can change the face of everything, We've got a bunch of honest lads and I'm sure we'll get things to where I want them to be."


The club finished 1st in the Southern Football league last season and were promoted winning the league.

They play their games at The Lamb Ground which has a capacity of 4963.

The club are nicknamed The Lambs.

They currently second in the league on 53 points from 25 games only off of the top spot on goal difference.

They have won their last 4 games in a row.

4 ex Bucks are at the club including 3 from the title winning season in the NPL. Brad Gascoigne as well as league winners lindon Miekle,Matt Curley and Ben Milnes are all at the club.

Andy Peaks is the manager and took charge in February 2022.

One to watch

Jas Singh is the man in between the sticks for the visitors and stands at 6ft2.

The 33 year old has previously been at Telford and Gloucester and was also at Shrewsbury during his youth.

Last Time Out

The Bucks were victorious when the 2 sides met earlier in the season with Diego De Girolamo and Connor Kirby grabbing the goals for The Bucks.

In 2018 the teams played out a 1-1 draw with Diego De Girolamo scoring a late penalty.

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